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Original Serigraph by Michael Young, Limited Edition Signed No'd
The Artist: Michael Young
The title: By Invitation only
The size of Sheet:45"x35"
The size of Image:39"x30"
Medium: Serigraph on paper
The year of creation: 1991
Edition No. 264/300
Signed: Lower right, signed, Michael Young in pencil
The conditon of Serigraph Excellent. It never been framed.
This is beautiful original serigrph by master of
arichitecture paintings as well as figure artist, Michael Young.
Item was $1,000.00. We will supply COA(Sertificate of Autheticity)
Michael Young(1952 -)
was born in Kansas city, Kansas. His interest in art began as a child observing his father Eugene Young draw and paint in the basemen at their home in Lansing, Kansas. At seventeen he has enrolled into Commercial Art program of two years in Salina, Kansas. After graduation he found employment at an architectural illustration studio in downtown Kansas City. This fortune of luck led him to the understanding of perspective, rendering and scale. He opened a downtown studio/gallery in Leavenworth, Kansas. Later he studied and learned the anatomical figure and moved to New York city in 1978. There he studied at the The Art Students League, Salmagundi Club, and took private classes with Bill Weltman, a world famous anatomy instructor. All of these background made him as a master of nostalgic perspective, hidden themes and subtle wit, Michael Young creates an environment that entices viewers to vicariously share in his vision. A native of Kansas, Young learned his draftsmanship skills under technical tutors who emphasized rigid laws of perspective and respect for detail. His later tenure in commercial art provided the self-imposed discipline required for successful illustration. After formal training at the Art Students' League in New York, Youngs first presentation was entirely purchased by a national gallery chain. Exhibited widely throughout the United States, Europe and Japan, his work can be found both in private and corporate collections. His impeccable technique and meticulous attention to period detail has attracted an ever-growing legion of appreciative fans.